Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: What happens inside a black hole, and how do black holes evaporate?« on: 27/09/2020 18:07:35 »
What happens to 'space' inside is that it conforms to gravity and 'shrinks'. And so do you and your meter stick, as defined from a outside far away. Not to you locally defined though. The same goes for the time component, as from a outside it 'slows down', and as the inside is a singularity the 'center' should be a place where a outside observer would say that your clock has stopped, as far as I see. And the same should then go for your 'size' as a guess. Aka, you 'disappeared'Is that correct?
Space curvature causes gravity, which can be viewed as the elongation of space not the contraction. I understand Infinite space time curvature inside a blackhole, does not mean space shrinks to nothing.
No one knows what goes on inside a black hole, lots of speculations exist. To an outside observer the blackhole might appear to be small, but to someone inside, it might appear very very big. The blackhole itself likely rips apart molecules transforming them into photons creating a photon star inside the event horizon.
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